Yes and i think best wait that 10 seconds over so ECC not trying control it (and engine off). If it lets gently move it manually and see if it registers any movement (and then seeing in graph does it move smoothly or is there extra spikes like lost steps or else funny business) and then put back where it was.V50M66 wrote: ↑24 May 2023, 16:43 I'll have to check to make sure it's seeing alternator voltage. Which pins should I probe to find this? I'm almost positive it is seeing it, because if I try to run the relearn without the car running nothing happens (forgot that step once) but with the car running it always flashes the AC and both recirculate lights while it runs. It goes back to just flashing AC on light when it fails after about 10 seconds.
It does let me turn the flap in the case with a screwdriver when the motor is removed - it turns very easily so it's not like it's too much force to overcome or something like that.
I'll have to live graph the position data - wasn't aware I was able to do that. Thanks. I just pull the motor out (leave plugged in) and spin the square metal part by hand and watch the live data?
I don't think it's an ECC module internal fault since it does the same thing across two different ECC modules, and it occasionally throws an ECC-212 code instead.
Its not just 211 fault code. There is 212 too and 7 in total Volvo handles in their "upgrade". I think they noticed finally themselves something "wrong" and resulted them making procedure for these fault codes and these were noted in cases if self calibration fails.
There is data slot i noticed after one send log gets turned to FF when its in learning mode and 00 when its not. One possibility is try (if module lets) over run this data but its then last resort try "cancel".